Avery Pursell: "I Felt That I Did Not Perform Well"

July 18, 2012 • 9:46 PM ET
Bravotv.com: Going into Uruguay, what kind of state of mind are you in the moment? How tired are you? AP: I’m so exhausted mentally and physically! It’s really catching up to me now…. I’m just looking at the light at the end of the tunnel and this...
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Final Destination

July 18, 2012 • 6:52 PM ET
  We’ve reached the finale! What an amazing journey we’ve had. 10 countries in 44 days, and at last we have our final two. Congratulations to Avery and Liz! This wasn’t an easy competition and getting to the finish line is quite an...
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The Suspense is Killing Me

July 18, 2012 • 5:51 PM ET
I don't know about you, but I found the finale to be super-suspenseful. After 60,000 miles and nine countries, it came down to two great (female!) chefs.  Obviously this was the toughest challenge of all. Preparing a three-course meal for...
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Homeward Bound

by Monica A. Reyhani
July 18, 2012 • 5:48 PM ET
  Well, everyone, we made it. And I for one am exhausted. I'm not saying I'm as tired as our chefs, but, y'know, I might be. We see the chefs heading to Uruguay (No, Uruguay!) on a ferry. I love a ferry ride, so this seemed fun to me. At some...
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Food Reigns

July 18, 2012 • 4:58 PM ET
Finale time. This worldly traveling circus has come down to the Strategist Nookie, the Relentless Avery, and Bubbly Liz. Obviously when looking at the map in a culinary voyage around the world we can’t overlook… Uruguay? In a coastal wedgie...
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Meat Sweats

by Monica A. Reyhani
July 11, 2012 • 11:20 PM ET
Welome back, my little empanadas! I hope you all had a restful and delicious July 4th. We're almost at the end -- this week in Buenos Aires represents the penultimate episode. We're down to four. Avery had to pick her partner for this episode and...
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Atta Girl!

July 11, 2012 • 6:58 PM ET
Culinary traditions are fascinating. They reflect the cultural roots of a country. In this week's episode, Narda Lepes, an Argentinian chef, describes Argentinian cuisine as a mix of Turkish, Armenian, Italian, and Spanish traditions. Chimichurri...
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